Nahuel Moreno returned to the country after the revolutionary fall of the dictatorship in June 1982. He kept his presence clandestine in Buenos Aires, living on the top floor of the party headquarters on 222 Peru Street. For this reason, this supposed “letter” was presented with the signature of the […]
In June 1982, General Bignone took over the government of Argentina, having gained the support of all the bourgeois parties in the country, primarily from the two major parties, the Peronist and the Radical. Without wanting to exaggerate, we believe that it has been the most important event so far […]
Report presented to the IEC of the IWL-FI, March 1983
This work was the last topic for study and discussion in the groups of the party cadres’ school in the summer of 1984. When writing it, Moreno took into account some weaknesses in the party construction that he had detected by exchanging ideas with the participants of the pilot course […]
Starting with the debates on the fall of the dictatorship in Argentina in June 1982 Moreno progressed with his elaboration on the processes of reform or revolution in the changes of political regimes (such as post-Francoism, Argentina, Brazil, etc.). He also took up the systematisation of the different revolutions of […]
On 16 July 1984, Comrade Nahuel Moreno was invited by the Socialist Youth of MAS to give a talk about organisational issues of the revolutionary party. The text that follows is the corrected transcript. Moreno made a quick tour of the theory and history of the revolutionary workers’ organisation and […]
In the southern hemisphere summer of 1984, Nahuel Moreno conducted a school for the cadres of the Movimiento al Socialismo [Movement Towards Socialism – MAS] 1 of Argentina, whose central theme was the theory of contemporary revolutions. This is the main content of the work presented here.
Between May and August 1984 Moreno recorded interviews on most personal aspects of his life and career, with the journalist Raul Veiga, who had been a member of the PST for many years. That work was interrupted. First, because of Moreno’s turn to the elaboration of the book that was […]